Swindon advice firm declared failed by FSCS for pensions advice

A.P Financial Services UK is no longer trading

Isabel Baxter
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Swindon-based advice firm A.P. Financial Services UK has been declared failed by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

In a statement published on 8 March, the FSCS said the firm is no longer trading, so customers can make claims against it. The lifeboat fund said it has received and upheld one claim against A.P. Financial Services UK relating to pension transfer advice. It also confirmed that the claim was not associated with British Steel Pension Scheme transfers. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said A.P Financial Services was no longer authorised since 22 May 2021, which means it can no longer provide regulated activities and products. The Swindon advice firm has also traded as AP Financia...

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